Cement Eclipses // Isaac Cordal
Spanish sculptor Isaac Cordal started the Cement Eclipses project in 2006, mixing urban street art with sculpture and photography.
Cement Eclipses is a critique of our behavior as a social mass, said Cordal in an interview with The Rooms Magazine, it refers to a collective inertia that leads us to think that our small actions cannot change the course of history. I believe that every small act can contribute to a change. Many small changes can bring back social attitudes that manipulate the global inertia and turn it into something more positive. Cement Eclipses ultimately has a poetic background in which tiny figures become survivors in the urban environment.
The small sculptures placed against the big cities really create an overwhelming feeling of isolation. Definitely thought provoking!
Cement Eclipses has been spotted in several European cities including Berlin, London, Brussels.